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Readers' Digest Condensed Version

Thomas James, amidst his own problems of an interstate move, has done us all the favor of providing the findings and recommendations of the Aldridge report.

[Update a few minutes later]

He has several more condensation posts. Just keep clicking on "next" and "previous" from the above links to find them all.

Posted by Rand Simberg at June 16, 2004 08:58 PM
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NasaWatch has a kvetch with Rep. Rohrabachers statement wrt report.
A simple search in the report brings up page 35, chapters "Tax Incentives" and "Regulatory Relief", which Rohrabacher was obviously referring to. So would please somebody tell mr. Cowing to read the actual report ?

Posted by kert at June 17, 2004 08:26 AM

And here are flocking the scared people:

Posted by at June 17, 2004 08:30 AM

Are the activities of Payload Engineers, Systems Engineers, Project Managers, and Project Scientists "inherently governmental?" Of course not. Would you trust the industrial and university partners of NASA that gave us the stirring successes of Lewis, WIRE, Mars Polar Lander, and Mars Climate Orbiter to go and try again with no adult supervision? I hope not. Should you trust an FFRDC technical expert to have the taxpayers' interests at heart? Good question.

Oh. My. God. That sent shivers up my spine. People like that really do exist. I wonder if I should check my closet to see if the Boogey Man is actually real too....

Posted by Michael Mealling at June 17, 2004 09:17 PM

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